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Jan 23, 2010 4:30am EST
climate change in copenhagen last month. it simply fizzled, and once again the president tried to put the best face on another disappointment. as my friend, the environmental activist and author bill mckibben, wrote this week, "the world came together and looked climate change fairly straight in the eye, and then its most powerful nations blinked." so what happens now? and what can you and i do about an energy crisis with issues so complex and confusing? here's one thing to do-- read this book: "who turned out the lights? your guided tour to the energy crisis" by scott bittle and jean johnson of the non-profit research group the book cuts through the jargon, gets down to the basics and presents options from across the political spectrum. you can consider it a breath of fresh air free of carbon emissions, filled with good ideas and a sense of humor. scott bittle and jean johnson, welcome to the "journal." welcome to both of you. so, question, which country is guiltiest when it comes to releasing greenhouse gases into the atmosphere, united states or china? >> it's a n
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